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The Labour-supporting Momentum group is calling on its supporters to “occupy bridges and blockade roads” in 10 cities, including Newcastle, at the weekend.
Momentum’s national coordinator Laura Parker said: “There are thousands of us who will join an occupation of Parliament and block the roads before we let Johnson close the doors on democracy.
“We’re going to contact all Momentum supporters and encourage them to protest, occupy and blockade on Saturday."
The group is also planning similar protests in Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Nottingham, Oxford, Sheffield and York.
Talking about divided politics, Michelle Dewberry accuses Paul Mason of being rude to her when they appear in a Politics Live debate.
Momentum’s Michael Walker makes the case for mandatory reselection of Labour MPs ahead of the Labour Party conference in Liverpool. He argues that the Parliamentary Labour Party is full of ‘political zombies’ representing a politics that is out of kilter with the ideology of the Party’s membership. He proposes mandatory reselection of MPs as a way of improving the representation of Labour members in Parliament.